Hiker Trash - Zero Day Socks - Yellow/Charcoal/BlueROTOTO
The Rototo Zero Day "Hike Trek" Crew Socks build on from Rototo's Hiker Trash model extending the length so it's perfect to wear with a pair of hiking boots.
Made from a 79% merino wool, 13% polyester, 5% nylon and 3% polyurethane blend that's soft, warm and stretches to keep a snug fit. Pile knit in the sole adds extra cushioning, the special stretch yarn paired with shrink-proof merino wool increases the socks durability.
Each sock comes with Rototo’s original carabiner and a carabiner hole for line-drying.
Ryosuke Kawato, also known as "Hiker Trash" and "Sketch", is a long-distance hiker who has completed America’s Triple Crown of Hiking, while being active as an illustrator and writer. Hiker Trash is one of Rototo’s sock series made in collaboration with Kawato. Every pair in this series is designed by merging his hiking experience and Rototo’s expertise to make it highly functional.
- Small (23-25cm) fits US women's 5.5~8 and mens 4.5~7.
- Medium (25-27cm) fits US women's 9~10.5 and mens 7~9
- Large (27-29cm) fits US women's 11~12.5 and mens 9~11
Made in Nara, Japan
RoToTo is a made-in-Nara Japanese socks brand with a focus on high quality and comfort. Made the old-fashioned way on analogue knitting machines, their socks are at once soft to the touch and sturdily built for everyday wear. Each item is based on the concept of "consumables that you can love for a lifetime" and designed for the challenges of everyday life.